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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by fastbilly1 Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:41 pm

Fortune Street is alot like an upgraded version of Board Game Top Shop on the PSX
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by prfsnl_gmr Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:45 pm

Excellent. I have that game as well, and it is definitely among the better PSX budget titles.
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by hashiriya1 Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:41 pm

Now Fortune Street is even cheaper on Amazon. I'll get it before my Prime expires.
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by Pichu Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:25 pm

Updated List:

I've tried to avoid standard Nintendo games, because those typically hold their value years after the console has died. As always, please tell me if some games don't belong here, I certainly have some doubts about some of them but I've included those regardless.

On that note, Fortune Street is $13 on Amazon and I'm gonna bite. Time to head to Gamestop too like many of y'all have been doing.

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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by prfsnl_gmr Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:41 am

I have my doubts about some of them too...but I have no doubt that Let's Tap is an awesome game. Having spent some time with it this evening, I recommend picking it up regardless of whether it increases in value.

Also, I did not realize this until I picked it up, but Let's Tap was developed by Prope - which is the studio founded by Sonic the Hedehog creator Yuji Naka.
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by Blu Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:03 am

You guys might think they're mediocre compared to their first games, but Nights and Samba de Amigo are both enjoyable and fairly cheap. Samba has a few response issues on the later difficulties but ultimately is an enjoyable game. I don't know if it'll be rare though.
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by Retrogamer0001 Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:55 am

Thanks for the list Pichu! May you evolve asap!
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by MrHealthy Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:59 am

Remember that an increase in value does not correlate to a games scarcity. Several games on that list I am doubtful about rising in value, but I have no doubt that as time presses on they will become fewer and farther between.
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by pierrot Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:16 am

Blu wrote:You guys might think they're mediocre compared to their first games, but Nights and Samba de Amigo are both enjoyable and fairly cheap. Samba has a few response issues on the later difficulties but ultimately is an enjoyable game. I don't know if it'll be rare though.


I haven't played Nights on the Wii, but I found Samba de Amigo to be practically unplayable due to the Wii-mote control's lack of precision, even on the more moderate difficulties. Also, I remember strongly disliking the track list either for being exactly the same as the original, or simply less charming and interesting a selection in general.
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Re: Too early to start talking about rare/valuable Wii games

by Blu Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:52 am

pierrot wrote:
Blu wrote:You guys might think they're mediocre compared to their first games, but Nights and Samba de Amigo are both enjoyable and fairly cheap. Samba has a few response issues on the later difficulties but ultimately is an enjoyable game. I don't know if it'll be rare though.


I haven't played Nights on the Wii, but I found Samba de Amigo to be practically unplayable due to the Wii-mote control's lack of precision, even on the more moderate difficulties. Also, I remember strongly disliking the track list either for being exactly the same as the original, or simply less charming and interesting a selection in general.


The nunchuk + wiimote combo is less responsive than two wiimotes. That being said, I do agree that it is tougher on the hard difficulty and above. However, it's five bucks and worth picking up.
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